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War Of Secession Collection

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Looking North over Soldiers and Sailors Monument in the Heart of Indianapolis, Ind

Looking North over Soldiers and Sailors Monument in the Heart of Indianapolis, Ind. c1930s. The neoclassical Soldiers and Sailors Monument was designed by German architect Bruno Schmitz

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Looking across Lafayette Square from the Public Library to McKinley Monument and City Hall

Looking across Lafayette Square from the Public Library to McKinley Monument and City Hall, Buffalo, N.Y. c1930s. Civil War monument in Lafayette Square laid out by Joseph Ellicott in 1804 with view

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: From Little Round Top, Looking across Wheat Field, Gettysburg, Pa. c1930s. Creator: Unknown

From Little Round Top, Looking across Wheat Field, Gettysburg, Pa. c1930s. Creator: Unknown
From Little Round Top, Looking across Wheat Field, Gettysburg, Pa. c1930s. Wheatfield road from Little Round Top at Gettysburg battlefield where Union

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: General Grant, c1870-1880, (1890). Creator: Unknown

General Grant, c1870-1880, (1890). Creator: Unknown
General Grant, c1870-1880, (1890). Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885) American soldier, politician, international statesman and 18th president of the United States from 1869 to 1877 who led the Republicans

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Devils Den, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Devils Den, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Devils Den, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Devils Den is a hill at Gettysburg Battlefield, used by artillery and infantry in the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Sheridans Tomb, National Cemetery, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown

Sheridans Tomb, National Cemetery, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown
Sheridans Tomb, National Cemetery, Washington, D.C. c1897. The tomb of Civil War Major General Philip Henry Sheridan in Arlington National Cemetery

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: View from Culps Hill, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown

View from Culps Hill, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown
View from Culps Hill, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Culps Hill played a prominent role in the Battle of Gettysburg as a critical part of the Union Army defensive line

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Winfield Scott Statue, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown

Winfield Scott Statue, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown
Winfield Scott Statue, Washington, D.C. c1897. Equestrian statue and Civil War monument on granite plinth, honouring Winfield Scott, an American military commander by Henry Kirke Brown

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Position held by Union Sharpshooters at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Position held by Union Sharpshooters at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Position held by Union Sharpshooters at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. The Sharpshooters were an infantry regiment serving in the Union Army during the American Civil War

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Old Dunkards Church, Antietam, Maryland, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Old Dunkards Church, Antietam, Maryland, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Old Dunkards Church, Antietam, Maryland, c1897. Dunker Church built in 1852, and central to the Battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862 during the American Civil War

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Siege of Vicksburg, (1878). Creator: Unknown

Siege of Vicksburg, (1878). Creator: Unknown
Siege of Vicksburg, (1878). After a siege lasting almost two months, the fortress of Vicksburg, Mississippi, fell to the Union on 4 July 1863

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Shermans March to the Sea, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett

Shermans March to the Sea, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett
Shermans March to the Sea, (1878). Unionist Major General William Tecumseh Shermans men sabotaging a railrway during a military campaign of the American Civil War

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Lees Retreat after the Battle of Gettysburg, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett

Lees Retreat after the Battle of Gettysburg, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett
Lees Retreat after the Battle of Gettysburg, (1878). Following General Robert E Lees failure to defeat the Union Army at the Battle of Gettysburg

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Battle of Lookout Mountain, (1878). Creator: Unknown

Battle of Lookout Mountain, (1878). Creator: Unknown
Battle of Lookout Mountain, (1878). General Joe Hookers battle above the clouds. The Battle of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, 24 November 1863

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Barbara Frietchies Defiance, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett

Barbara Frietchies Defiance, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett
Barbara Frietchies Defiance, (1878). Incident during the American Civil War: elderly Unionist Barbara Fritchie pleads with an occupying Confederate general to Shoot if you must this old gray head

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Attack of the Monitor on the Merrimack, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett

Attack of the Monitor on the Merrimack, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett
Attack of the " Monitor" on the " Merrimack", (1878). The Battle of Hampton Roads, Virginia, which was fought on 8-9 March 1862

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Action of the Gunboats at Memphis, (1878). Creator: Unknown

Action of the Gunboats at Memphis, (1878). Creator: Unknown
Action of the Gunboats at Memphis, (1878). On 6 June 1862, a Union squadron of ironclad gunboats under the command of Flag Officer Charles H Ellet destroyed the Confederate river defence fleet

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Attack Upon Roanoke Island - Landing of the Troops, (1878). Creator: Unknown

Attack Upon Roanoke Island - Landing of the Troops, (1878). Creator: Unknown
Attack Upon Roanoke Island - Landing of the Troops, (1878). The Battle of Roanoke Island, the opening phase of what came to be called the Burnside Expedition

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: The Attack of Fort Sumter, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett

The Attack of Fort Sumter, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett
The Attack of Fort Sumter, (1878). Fort Sumter in South Carolina was the place where the opening shots of the American Civil War were fired, on 12 April 1861

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Lookout Mountain and battlefield, Chattanooga, USA, 1895. Creator: J. B. Linn and Company

Lookout Mountain and battlefield, Chattanooga, USA, 1895. Creator: J. B. Linn and Company
Lookout Mountain and battlefield, Chattanooga, USA, 1895. The Battle of Lookout Mountain was fought near Chattanooga, Tennessee, on 24 November 1863 during the American Civil War

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, USA, c1900. The Temple of Fame, built in 1884, is inscribed with the last names of famous (male) Americans

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: View from Culps Hill, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

View from Culps Hill, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
View from Culps Hill, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA, c1900. Culps Hill was an important defensive position of the Union army during the Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Devils Den, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Devils Den, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Devils Den, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA, c1900. Boulders on a hill used by Union sharpshooters to fire on Confederate artillery during the Battle of Gettysburg, 2 July 1863

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Old Dunkards Church, Antietam, Maryland, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Old Dunkards Church, Antietam, Maryland, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Old Dunkards Church, Antietam, Maryland, USA, c1900. During the Battle of Antietam, 17 September 1862, Dunker Church was the focal point of Union attacks against the Confederates

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Sheridans Tomb, Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Sheridans Tomb, Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Sheridans Tomb, Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, USA, c1900. Monument to Civil War general Philip Sheridan (1831-1888) by Samuel James Kitson

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: House in which Stonewall Jackson died, Richmond, Virginia, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

House in which Stonewall Jackson died, Richmond, Virginia, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
House in which Stonewall Jackson died, Richmond, Virginia, USA, c1900. The house at Guinea Station where Confederate general Thomas Jonathan Stonewall Jackson (1824-1863)

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Memorial Hall, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Memorial Hall, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Memorial Hall, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, c1900. Designed by William Robert Ware and Henry Van Brunt and built in 1878

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Retreat of the Confederates from Shiloh, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett

Retreat of the Confederates from Shiloh, (1878). Creator: Albert Bobbett
Retreat of the Confederates from Shiloh, (1878). The Battle of Shiloh, also known as the Battle of Pittsburgh Landing, was a major battle of the American Civil War

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: The March of Shiloh, 1902. Artist: Frank Feller

The March of Shiloh, 1902. Artist: Frank Feller
The March of Shiloh, 1902. The Battle of Shiloh, also known as the Battle of Pittsburgh Landing, was a major battle of the American Civil War, fought April 6th & 7th, 1862

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Martello Towers Old Union Fort, Key West, Florida, c1940s

Martello Towers Old Union Fort, Key West, Florida, c1940s. From Souvenir Folder of Quaint Key West Fla.. [Tichnor Quality Views, Boston, c1940s]

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Abraham Lincoln 1809-1865, 1934

Abraham Lincoln 1809-1865, 1934. Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), American politician and lawyer who served as the 16th President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in April

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: The Prize Was Hotly Contested Steel To Steel, 1896, (1902)

The Prize Was Hotly Contested Steel To Steel, 1896, (1902). The Battle of Gettysburg, (1-3 July 1863), part of the American Civil War. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. II

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Escape of Morgan, 1902

Escape of Morgan, 1902. The Morgans Raid (11 June - 26 July 1863), episode of the American Civil War. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. II

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: The City Was Taken With A Desperate Panic, 1902. Artist: Gordon Frederick Browne

The City Was Taken With A Desperate Panic, 1902. Artist: Gordon Frederick Browne
The City Was Taken With A Desperate Panic, 1902. The Morgans Raid (11 June - 26 July 1863), episode of the American Civil War. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. II

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Behind The Rough Breastworks Lay The Michigan Men, 1902

Behind The Rough Breastworks Lay The Michigan Men, 1902. The Morgans Raid, (11 June - 26 July 1863), episode of the American Civil War. From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. II

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: General Grant Reading The Terms of Surrender, 1895, (1902). Artist: Gordon Frederick Browne

General Grant Reading The Terms of Surrender, 1895, (1902). Artist: Gordon Frederick Browne
General Grant Reading The Terms of Surrender, 1895, (1902). Episode of the American Civil War (1861-1865). From Battles of the Nineteenth Century, Vol. II

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: In the mansion of Robert W Barnwell at Beaufort, North Carolina, c1860, (1938)

In the mansion of Robert W Barnwell at Beaufort, North Carolina, c1860, (1938). In the mansion of Robert W Barnwell at Beaufort, North Carolina

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Role of Women in the War, 1861, (1938)

Role of Women in the War, 1861, (1938). Most of the women of the country, North and South, turned courageously to the tasks left by the men who had gone to fight

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: The Spencer Magazine Gun Used in the American Civil War, 1884

The Spencer Magazine Gun Used in the American Civil War, 1884
he Spencer Magazine Gun Used in the American Civil War. The Spencer repeating rifle was a manually operated lever-action, repeating rifle

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Confederate Memorial Library, Danville, Virginia, 1938

Confederate Memorial Library, Danville, Virginia, 1938. Danville Public Library, also known as the William T Sutherlin Mansion and the Confederate Memorial

Background imageWar Of Secession Collection: Daniel Sickles, (1819-1914), 1920s

Daniel Sickles, (1819-1914), 1920s
General Daniel Sickles, born in New York in 1825, became a general during the war of secession (American Civil War), and was appointed ambassador to The United States in Madrid in 1869


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